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Series III. Academic Career, 1938-1989

Scope and Content Notes:

This series focuses on Sellars' professional activities at each of the following universities: the University of Iowa, University of Minnesota, Yale University, and University of Pittsburgh. The files are divided into four subseries, the first one documents Sellars' activities as an administrator, the second illustrates his teaching style, the third contains dissertations from students either supervised or influenced by Sellars, and the fourth contains recommendations written by Sellars for his students.

Subseries 1. Administrative Files, 1950-1989

Scope and Content Notes:

The Administrative files pertain to Sellars's work at his final three academic institutions: University of Minnesota, Yale University, and University of Pittsburgh. In general, these files document Sellars's participation in University-wide committees and organizations, as well as his contributions to philosophy-based organizations, and to the department of philosophy itself. The files contain correspondence, philosophical essays and memos, financial records, meeting minutes, proposals and planning documents, and student files.

Section: Minnesota, 1950-1979

Scope and Content Notes:

Consisting of meeting minutes, correspondence, and proposals, the University Committee files document Sellars's participation in several university-wide committees.

The philosophical organizations files pertain to Sellars's involvement in the University of Minnesota's Center for the Philosophy of Science from 1952-1959. Information on the Center's establishment and early activities can be obtained from the Proposal folder and the Administrative files. The memos are rather significant, since they contain philosophical essays and critiques written primarily by the Center's members. Most notably, the memos contain entries by Wilfrid Sellars, Michael Scriven, Paul Meehl, Herbert Feigl, Rudolf Carnap, and Arthur Pap. More specifically, the memos contain several drafts of "Concept of Emergence" by Meehl and Sellars, as well as a transcript from a 1955 meeting with Bohnert, Carnap, Feigl, Meehl, and Pap.

The Philosophy Department files highlight Sellars's activity within the department, such as developing curriculum, obtaining a promotion, and departmental budgeting. The dossier details his plans for research and advanced studies. The manuscripts file is rather interesting, as it contains essays written by Sellars, his colleagues, and some essays that can not be attributed. The student files concern graduate students and primarily contain prospectuses, abstracts and outlines for theses, and some administrative correspondence between Sellars and his former students.

Section: Academic duties


Box 102
Folder 1 Committee for Lectureship in Theology, 1954-1958
Folder 2 Committee on Religion, 1953-1954
Folder 3-4 Senate Committee on Education, 1952-1956
Folder 5 Radio broadcasts, 1950

Section: Center for the Philosophy of Science

Folder 6 Proposal, 1952
Folder 7 Administrative files, 1952-1956
Folder 8 Correspondence of Paul Meehl, 1954-1955
Folder 9-11 Memos, 1951-1959

Box 103
Folder 1-7 Memos, 1951-1959

Box 104
Folder 1-5 Memos, 1951-1956

Section: Department of Philosophy

Folder 6 Administrative files, 1948-1951
Folder 7 Correspondence, 1947-1961
Folder 8 Curriculum materials and course schedules, 1949-1958
Folder 9 Dossier of Wilfrid Sellars, undated
Folder 10 Financial records, 1951-1957

Box 105
Folder 1 Self-evaluation of department performance, 1952-1954
Folder 2 Manuscripts by department members, undated
Folder 3 Minutes of department meetings, 1952-1958
Folder 4 Personnel files, 1948-1958
Folder 5 Student files, 1951-1979

Section: Yale, 1959-1967

Scope and Content Notes:

The University Committee files refer to Sellars’s work at the university level and are arranged alphabetically by committee. These files primarily contain meeting minutes that are supplemented by a few reports and proposals.

The Philosophy Department files document Sellars’s work within the department and are arranged alphabetically by record type. The correspondence files contain letters and memoranda circulated throughout the department and address issues such as faculty appointments. The Graduate Programs folder includes material pertinent to students such as qualifying and comprehensive examination questions as well as dissertation abstracts.

Section: Academic duties

Folder 6 Committee on the Humanities, 1961
Folder 7 Committee on the Study of Foreign Languages, undated
Folder 8 Executive Committee of the Graduate School, 1962-1963
Folder 9 Joint Board on Faculty Positions, 1961-1963

Section: Department of Philosophy

Folder 10-11 Correspondence, 1958-1963
Folder 12 Graduate program, 1959-1961
Folder 13 Radio broadcasts, 1959
Folder 14 Student files, 1959-1967

Section: Pittsburgh, 1963-1989

Scope and Content Notes:

The University Committee files detail Sellars’s involvement in university-wide committees and commissions. The files are arranged alphabetically and mainly consist of correspondence and reports. The correspondence files are divided into general correspondence, which occurs between Sellars and various departments, and correspondence with university officials such as the Provost, Chancellor, and various Deans.

The Philosophical Organization files detail Sellars’s participation in three organizations, the Archives of Scientific Philosophy (ASP), Center for the Philosophy of Science (CPS), and History and the Philosophy of Science (HPS). The ASP files focus primarily on the acquisition and preservation of philosophy-based archival collections, especially the papers of Rudolf Carnap. The CPS files generally document the establishment and administrative functions of the Center. The HPS files are also largely administrative in scope and contain research proposals, correspondence, agendas, minutes, and a department prospectus.

The Philosophy Department files highlight Sellars’s departmental duties, especially those of advising students, developing curriculum, and chairing the department. The folders are arranged alphabetically by record type. The Graduate Program file contains brochures, memos, placement information for students, and course descriptions for the master’s program in Philosophy. The student files concern graduate students and primarily consist of admission information, dissertation prospectuses, abstracts and outlines for theses, and some administrative correspondence between Sellars and his former students.

Section: Academic duties


Box 106
Folder 1 Administrative files, 1977-1989
Folder 2 Commission on Tenure, 1973-1978
Folder 3 Committee Work, 1973-1975
Folder 4-5 Correspondence, 1963-1985
Folder 6-7 Senate Council, 1968-1978

Box 107
Folder 1 Undergraduate policies, 1970-1983
Folder 2 Visiting professorship at the University of Arizona, 1975-1983

Section: Archives of Scientific Philosophy

Folder 3 Annual report, 1988

Section: Carnap collection

Folder 4 Acquisition information,1974-1977
Folder 5 Administrative files,1975-1979
Folder 6 Correspondence,1975-1983
Folder 7 Inventories,1980
Folder 8 National Endowment for the Humanities grant,1975
Folder 9 National Science Foundation grant,1974-1975

Box 108
Folder 1 Transcriptions, 1978
Folder 2 Ramsey collection, 1982

Section: Reichenbach collection

Folder 3 Appraisals,undated
Folder 4 General,1979-1982

Section: History and Philosophy of Science

Folder 7-8 Administrative files, 1971-1988
Folder 9 Evaluations of department performance, 1978 - 1987
Folder 10 Executive Committee, 1975-1984

Section: Department of Philosophy


Box 109
Folder 1 Activity reports completed by Sellars, 1972-1988
Folder 2-3 Correspondence, 1963-1987
Folder 4 Curriculum materials and course schedules, 1972-1985
Folder 5-6 General administrative files, 1963-1988

Box 110
Folder 1-3 Executive Committee, 1963-1984
Folder 4-6 Financial records, 1963-1988

Box 111
Folder 1 Graduate program, 1972-1984
Folder 2-4 Memos, 1970-1989
Folder 5-6 Minutes of departmental meetings, 1968-1985

Box 112
Folder 1 Personnel, 1974-1988

Section: Student files

Folder 2 A-B,1966-1986
Folder 3 C-F,1964-1982
Folder 4 G,1966-1987
Folder 5 H,1970-1982
Folder 6 I-M,1964-1984
Folder 7 N-R,1964-1980
Folder 8 S-Z,1965-1984

Box 113
Folder 1 Alpern, Kenneth, 1976-1985
Folder 2 Amaral, Pedro,1983, 1984
Folder 3 Baker, Brian,1974
Folder 4 Bonevac, Daniel,1980-1987
Folder 5 Brown, Bryson,1983
Folder 6 Buhmann, Elizabeth T.,1974, 1977
Folder 7 Chaves, Eduardo,1972-1973
Folder 8 Cohen, Margaret,1972-1974
Folder 9 Creath, Richard,1972-1984
Folder 10 Cummings, Philip,1969-1977
Folder 11 de Vries, Willem,1980-1987
Folder 12 Gordon, Roy,1972-1976
Folder 13 Kraut, Robert,1973-1976
Folder 14 Pailthorp, Charles,1964-1970
Folder 15 Sakellariadis, Spyros,1978
Folder 16 Strong, John V.,1974, 1978
Folder 17 Teggatz, Charles,1972-1973
Folder 18 Wartenberg, Thomas,1973-1982
Folder 19 Weller, Cass,1980, 1982
Folder 20 Wojick, David Eugene,1970, 1973

Subseries 2. Teaching Materials, 1938-1988

Scope and Content Notes:

These files are separated into two categories: on-campus lectures dating from 1939 to 1988 and off-campus lectures dating from 1959 to 1976. The on-campus teaching materials illustrate Sellars's teaching style at the University of Iowa, University of Minnesota, Yale University, and the University of Pittsburgh. The files are arranged alphabetically by course topic, and extensive files exist for: Ethics, Introduction to Philosophy, Logic, Metaphysics, Central Problems in Philosophy, and Theory of Knowledge. The Miscellaneous files contain items from courses that could not be classified by topic, or were too limited in scope to warrant individual identification. Under each of these course topics, the bulk of the files are categorized as lecture notes. These lecture notes tend to be scripted lectures for the entire semester and appear to have been drafted by Sellars early in his career. The initial lectures often contain many inserted pages and notations, revealing the changing style and theories presented in Sellars's lectures. Furthermore, the lecture notes often contain supplemental items such as bibliographies, handouts, and student enrollment lists. In addition to the lecture notes, this section includes exam files. While the majority of the exams are midterm and final exams, there are also quizzes and other special exams. The remaining files document the required readings assigned by Sellars, and contain either lists of articles or the actual articles placed on reserve at the library for Sellars's students.

The off-campus teaching materials are arranged alphabetically by lecture topic and consist of either a typed or handwritten version of the lectures presented by Sellars at particular institutions. The typed versions often contain notations.

Section: On-Campus


Box 114
Folder 1 17th and 18th century philosophy,Lecture notes, undated

Section: Ancient philosophy

Folder 2 Exams, 1939-1958
Folder 3-4 Lecture notes, 1938-1940s
Folder 5-6 Aristotle,Lecture notes, 1940s-1950s
Folder 7 Aristotle and Plato,Lecture notes, 1941-1942

Section: Ethics and moral philosophy

Folder 8 Exams, 1947-1954
Folder 9 Handouts, 1953-1954

Box 115
Folder 1-3 Lecture notes, 1941-1959

Section: History of philosophy

Folder 4 Exams, 1939-1946
Folder 5 Lecture notes, 1940s-1950

Section: Introduction to philosophy

Folder 6-7 Exams, 1946-1957
Folder 8 Handouts, 1972
Folder 9 Lecture notes, 1957

Box 116
Folder 1-6 Lecture notes, 1940s-1973
Folder 7 Judgment empiricism,Lecture notes, undated

Section: Kant

Folder 8 Exams, 1949-1980
Folder 9 Lecture notes, 1942-1955
Folder 10 Leibnitz,Lecture notes, 1952-1956

Section: Logic


Box 117
Folder 1 Exams, 1946-1955
Folder 2-4 Lecture notes, 1947-1960
Folder 5 MA in philosophy of science,Exams, 1950-1956

Section: Metaphysics

Folder 6 Exams, 1965-1980
Folder 7-10 Lecture notes, 1939-1970s
Folder 11 Required readings, 1979-1980

Section: Miscellaneous


Box 118
Folder 1 Bibliographies of books, undated
Folder 2 Bibliographies of journals,c. 1950
Folder 3 Exams, 1958-1970
Folder 4 Lecture notes, 1941-1983
Folder 5 Required readings, 1958-1984
Folder 6-7 Student evaluations, 1953-1970

Section: Modern philosophy

Folder 8 Exams, 1948-1956
Folder 9 Lecture notes, undated
Folder 10 PhD in philosophy,Exams, 1950-1976
Folder 11 Philosophical analysis,Lecture notes, 1949-1955
Folder 12-13 Philosophy of language,Lecture notes, 1958
Folder 14 Philosophy of man,Lecture notes, 1940-1950

Box 119
Folder 1 Philosophy of mind,Lecture notes, 1959-1960
Folder 2 Plato,Lecture notes, 1952
Folder 3 Plato and ethics,Lecture notes, undated

Section: Problems of philosophy

Folder 4 Exams1938-1959
Folder 5-6 Lecture notes1951-1970
Folder 7-9 Required readings1977
Folder 10 Scientific realismRequired readings1983

Section: Theory of knowledge

Folder 11 Exams, 1958, 1972-1988

Box 120
Folder 1-2 Lecture notes, 1960s
Folder 3 Required readings, 1970s
Folder 4 Theory of meaning,Lecture notes, undated
Folder 5 Ways of knowing,Lecture notes, 1962-1964

Section: Off-Campus Lectures

Folder 6 "Behaviors and Mental Acts", 1974
Folder 7 "Cartesian Element and Hume", 1973
Folder 8-9 "Concepts and Methods of Philosophy", 1964
Folder 10 "Ethics and Philosophy", 1960
Folder 11 "Idealism and Perception", 1973
Folder 12 "Intention", 1976
Folder 13 "Intentional Realism and Perception", 1973
Folder 14 Locke Lectures, 1966
Folder 15 Radio talks on philosophy, 1959
Folder 16 "Realism", undated
Folder 17 "Scientific Image of Man", 1960
Folder 18 "Structure of Knowledge", 1972

Box 121
Folder 1 Iowa, 1930s-1940s
Folder 2 Minnesota, 1949-1959
Folder 3 Yale, 1959-1963
Folder 4-8 Pittsburgh, 1964-1968

Box 122
Folder 1-8 Pittsburgh, 1969-1975

Box 123
Folder 1-10 Pittsburgh, 1976-1987

Subseries 3. Dissertations, 1942-1987

Scope and Content Notes:

The items in this subseries consist of presentation copies, working drafts, and published versions of dissertations produced by M.A. and Ph.D. students. In general, these students were either supervised by Sellars or students who based their dissertations on Sellars's philosophy. The arrangement of these dissertations follows the progression of Sellars's employment at the University of Iowa, University of Minnesota, Yale University and the University of Pittsburgh. Under each of these institutional headings, the dissertations are arranged alphabetically by author. Many of these dissertations include multiple successive versions that were given to Sellars for critical commentary. The earlier working drafts may be extensively annotated by Sellars with various suggestions for changes and improvement. There is an additional category of dissertations from other institutions. These dissertations generally represent published dissertations that were either presented to Sellars by the author, since the dissertation centered on Sellars's own work, or, in rare cases, were ordered by Sellars presumably for his own research. Individuals who had extensive interaction with Sellars include Kenneth David Alpern, Pedro Amaral, Bruce Aune, Hector Neri Casteneda, Richard Burian, Richard Creath, and Ruth Garrett Millikan. Other well documented students include Dionysios A. Anapolitanos, Christopher B. Burch, John S. Linnell, George J. Mattey, Jack Norman, Spyros Sakellariadis, and David E. Wojick.

Section: Iowa


Box 124
Folder 1 Hinshaw, Virgil,"Critical Study of Some Points in Russell's Inquiry into Meaning and Truth", 1942
Folder 2 Storer, Thomas,"Epistemological Significance of Linguistic Analysis", 1947

Section: Minnesota

Folder 3 Agre, Gene Phillip,"Logic of Disposition", 1956
Folder 4-5 Anderson, Myron George,"Critique of the First Book of Lewis' Analysis of Knowledge and Valuation", 1954
Folder 6 Aune, Bruce Arthur,"Sensations and Human Behavior: A conceptual Study", 1960

Box 125
Folder 1-2 Binkley, Robert W.,"Moral Reasoning", 1958
Folder 3 Castaneda, Hector Neri,"Essay in the Logic of Commands and Norms", 1952
Folder 4-5 Castaneda, Hector Neri,"Logical Structure of Moral Reasoning", 1954
Folder 6 Crawford, Patricia A.,"A Critical Examination of Idealism", Undated

Box 126
Folder 1-2 Crawford, Patricia A.,"Concept of a Physical Object: Its Role in Thought and Language", 1959
Folder 3 Donagan, Alan,"Later Philosophy of R. G. Collingwood", 1961
Folder 4 Edgerton, Stephenie Grover,"Plato's Earlier Ethical Theory: An Interpretation of the Gorgias", 1959

Box 127
Folder 1 Heidelberger, Herbert,"Verification Theory of Meaning", 1958
Folder 2 Juarez-Paz, Rigoberto,"S. E. Toulmin's Conception of the Place of Reason in Ethics", 1955
Folder 3 Juarez-Paz, Rigoberto,"Studies in Twentieth Century Spanish Philosophy", 1958
Folder 4 Kiteley, Murray J.,"Propositions and their Modes: With special Attention to Indirect Discourse", 1958
Folder 5 Kiteley, Murray J.,"Indirect Discourse and Modal Composition", 1959

Box 128
Folder 1 Kliger, George,"Radical Realism, Sense-Contents and Ontology", 1967
Folder 2 Lee, Han Cho,"Phenomenalism and Subjunctive Conditionals", 1958
Folder 3-5 Linnell, John S.,"Berkeley's Criticism of Abstract Ideas", 1952-1954

Box 129
Folder 1-2 Linnell, John S.,"Berkeley's Criticism of Abstract Ideas", 1953-1954
Folder 3 Magel, Charles R.,"An Analysis of Kierkegaard's Philosophic Categories", 1960
Folder 4 Merrill, Daniel Davy,"Empiricism and Emergence", 1958
Folder 5 Neumaier, John Joseph,"Bertrand Russell's Social Philosophy and its Relation to Logic, Ethics and Sociology", 1954

Box 130
Folder 1 Sandin, Robert T.,"Axel Hagerstrom's Philosophy of Religion", 1959
Folder 2-3 Turnbull, Robert George,"An Examination of C.D. Broad's Moral Philosophy", 1952
Folder 4 Wilkin, James Jeffrey,"Ontology and Truth in Wilfrid Sellars", 1979

Section: Yale


Box 131
Folder 1 Iseminger, Gary Hudson,"Action, Policies and Principles", 1961
Folder 2-3 Jacklin, Philip D.,"Knowledge and Criteria of Truth", 1965
Folder 4 Lachs, John,"Critical Examination of Santayana's Philosophy of Mind", 1961

Box 132
Folder 1-2 Mason, Perry C.,"Ontic Commitment and Abstract Entities in the Philosophy of Wilfrid Sellars", 1968
Folder 3 Millikan, Ruth Garrett,"Empirical Identity", 1969

Section: University of Pittsburgh

Folder 4 Ager, Tryg A.,"Kant's Theory of Representation", 1970
Folder 5 Alpern, Kenneth David,"Nature of Friendship: Aristotelian and Kantian Themes", 1977

Box 133
Folder 1-4 Alpern, Kenneth David,"Nature of Friendship: Aristotelian and Kantian Themes", 1979-1980
Folder 5-7 Amaral, Pedro,"Descartes and Suarez: An Introduction to the Theory of Ideas", 1979-1980

Box 134
Folder 1-2 Amaral, Pedro,"Descartes and Suarez: An Introduction to the Theory of Ideas", 1983-1984
Folder 3-7 Anapolitanos, Dionysios A.,"Leibniz: Representation, Continuity, and the Spatio-Temporal", 1985-1986

Box 135
Folder 1 Anapolitanos, Dionysios A.,"Leibniz: Representation, Continuity, and the Spatio-Temporal", 1986
Folder 2 Baker, Brian,"Ostension and Perception : A Theory of the Reference of Demonstrative Terms in the Context of Some Elementary Perceptual Statements", 1974-1976
Folder 3-5 Beardsley, William Henry III,"Descartes Theory of Imagination", 1982-1984
Folder 6 Blackburn, Thomas,"Proper Names and Linguistic Authority", 1979
Folder 7-8 Bonevac, Daniel,"Ontological Reduction and Abstract Entities", 1979-1980

Box 136
Folder 1-3 Brown, Bryson,"Science in Conflict ", 1982-1983
Folder 4 Burch, Christopher B.,"Chapter on Huygen's Theory of Matter", 1977
Folder 5-6 Burch, Christopher B.,"The Scientific Methodology of Christian Huygens", Undated
Folder 7 Burch, Christopher B.,"Christian Huygens: The Development of a Scientific Research Program", 1981

Box 137
Folder 1-3 Burian, Richard M.,"Instrumentation, Realism, and Conceptual Change in Science", 1969
Folder 4 Burian, Richard M.,"Scientific Realism, Commensurability, and Conceptual Change", 1971
Folder 5 Churchland, Paul Montgomery,"Persons and P-Predicates", 1969

Box 138
Folder 1-2 Cohen, Maggie,"Kant's Theory of Obligation", 1972
Folder 3-4 Creath, Richard,"Is Carnap a Verificationist in the Aufbau?", 1973-1974
Folder 5-6 Cummings, Philip Wilbur,"Hegel's Logic as a Critique of the Logical Theoryies of His Predecessors", 1971

Box 139
Folder 1 Cummings, Philip Wilbur,"Hegel's Logic as a Critique of the Logical Theoryies of His Predecessors", 1972
Folder 2-4 DeVries, Willem,"Hegel's Theory of Mental Activity", 1979-1980
Folder 5 Donovan, Carol,"Physicalism and Action Explanation", 1976-1977
Folder 6-7 Evans, Robert Howard,"Decline and Revival of Critical Realism", 1967

Box 140
Folder 1-3 Freeland, Cynthia,"Aristotle's Theory of Actuality and Potentiality", 1978-1979
Folder 4-5 Gauker, Christopher Paul,"The World-Boundedness of Mind", 1982-1984
Folder 6 Gauker, Christopher Paul,"Internalist Theory of Intentionality", 1984
Folder 7 Girnius, Mirga,"Self As Object of Knowledge in Kant's Critique of Pure Reason", 1976
Folder 8 Goble, Louis P.,"Coherence Theory of Meaning", 1967

Box 141
Folder 1 Haver, Ronald John,"Aristotle and the Third Man", 1972
Folder 2 Hazen, Allen,"The Foundations of Modal Logic", 1976
Folder 3-5 Hetherington, Stephen Cade,"Narcissistic Epistemology", 1987
Folder 6 Hoy, Ronald,Time and the Mental: An Examination of Broad's and Husserl's Theories of Temporal "Consciousness", 1973
Folder 7 Hughes, Christopher,"On a Complex Theory of a Simple God", 1980

Box 142
Folder 1-2 Hughes, Christopher,"On a Complex Theory of a Simple God", 1983
Folder 3 Kidder, Joel,"Methods, Principles, and Knowledge in the Ethical Philosophy of Henry Sidgwick", c. 1968
Folder 4-5 Kvart, Igal,"Towards a Theory of Counterfactuals", c. 1975
Folder 6-8 LaPara, Nicholas,"Law and Inference", 1966-1970

Box 143
Folder 1-5 Mattey, George J.,"The Idealism of Kant and Berkeley", 1976-1979
Folder 6-9 Norman, Jack,"Events and Semantic Theories", 1973-1974

Box 144
Folder 1 Okruhlik, Kathleen,"Matter and Modality: Studies in Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Natural Philosophy", 1983
Folder 2 Owens, Kathleen,"Rational Action: A Study in Epistemology", 1963
Folder 3 Pailthorp, Charles Norman,"Causes, Reasons, and Knowing", 1967
Folder 4 Peyton, John David,"Explanations of Behavior: Critical Examination of Charles Taylor's Philosophy of Psychology", 1968
Folder 5 Putz, Carl,"The Character of Scientific Laws", 1970
Folder 6 Richardson, Mary,"Aristotle's Theory of Demonstration", 1973-1975

Box 145
Folder 1-2 Rosenberg, Jay Frank,"Study of the Determinable-Determinate Relation", 1966
Folder 3 Rosenthal, Aaron,"Knowledge, Truth and Justification", 1965
Folder 4 Rosenthal, Aaron,"Knowledge and True Belief: A Study in Reasons and Causes", Undated

Box 146
Folder 1 Rosenthal, Aaron,"Knowledge and True Belief: A Study in Reasons and Causes", 1969
Folder 2-3 Saints, William,"A Critical Study of D. M. Armstrong's Theory of Perception", 1970-1972
Folder 4-5 Sakellariadis, Spyros,"The Role of Experience in the Scientific Methods of Descartes, Leibniz, and Kant", 1978-1979

Box 147
Folder 1-2 Sakellariadis, Spyros, "The Role of Experience in Descartes' Scientific Method", 1979-1980
Folder 3 Sayre McCord, Geoffrey,"Realism and Moral Epistemology", 1986
Folder 4-5 Schmaus, Warren,"Method, Mind and Mental Imagery Auguste Comte", undated
Folder 6 Shea, Joseph,"Happiness and Theorizing in Aristotle's Ethics", 1984-1985

Box 148
Folder 1 Traiger, Saul,"Hume's Theory of Self", c. 1982
Folder 2 Van Fraassen, Bas,"Foundations of the Causal Theory of Time", 1965-1966
Folder 3-4 Vinci, Thomas C.,"The Causal Theory of Perception and Common-Sense Knowledge Claims", 1975-1976
Folder 5-7 Wartenberg, Thomas E.,"Reason and Truth in Kant's Theory of Experience", 1976-1977

Box 149
Folder 1-3 Wojick, David E.,"Conceptual Change and Meaning Sameness in Science and Philosophy", 1971-1973
Folder 4 Wojick, David E.,"Meaning, Change, Science and Philosophy", 1972

Section: Miscellaneous

Folder 5 Davis, William W.,Analogy & Mental Representation: A Solution to the Mind/Body Problem Based on the "Philosophy of Wilfrid Sellars", 1981
Folder 6-7 Derden, James Kirwin,"Analyticity and Scientific Theories with Special Reference to the Work of Rudolf Carnap", 1971

Box 150
Folder 1 Edgerton, Stephenie Grover,"Justification of "Social Studies" in the Secondary School", 1965
Folder 2 Evans, Joseph Claude, Jr.,"Metaphysics of Transcendental Subjectivity: Descartes, Kant, and Sellars", 1981
Folder 3-4 Gale, Richard,"Time in Analytic Philosophy", 1961
Folder 5 Hopkins, Edwin Elwell,"Wilfrid Sellars' Analysis of Physical Modality", 1971

Box 151
Folder 1 Iobst, Philip Kirschman,"Normative Philosophy of Roy Wood Sellars", 1975
Folder 2 McMorland, Irene,"The Role of the Method of Division in Aristotle's Philosophy of Science", undated
Folder 3 Miller, William,"Phenomena and Noumema", 1970
Folder 4 Norton, Bryan George,"Linguistic Frameworks and Ontology", 1970
Folder 5 O'Connell, Richard,"The Structure of Meaning and Knowledge", 1970-1973
Folder 6 Partee, Barbara Hall,"Subject and Object in Modern English", 1976
Folder 7 Rosenthal, David Michael,"Intentionality: A study of the views of Chisholm and Sellars", 1968
Folder 8 Scriven, Michael,"Explanations of the Supernatural", 1956

Box 152
Folder 1 Seibt, Johanna,"Properties as Processes: A Synoptic Study in Sellarsian Nominalism", undated
Folder 2 Seibt, Johanna,"Wilfrid Sellars' Naturalistisch-Nominalistische Theorie Der Eigenschaften", 1984
Folder 3 Shelton, Bertrand,"Strawson on Particulars: A Defense of Individuals", 1970
Folder 4 Thomason, Jacqueline,"Observation, Indeterminacy, and Ontological Relativity: An Examination of the Philosophy of W. V. Quine", 1972-1973
Folder 5 Wagner, Michael F.,"Concepts and Causes: The Structure of Plotinus' Universe", 1979
Folder 6 Wiebe, Richard Penner,"Abstract Entities in the Philosophy of Rudolf Carnap", 1964

Box 153
Folder 1 Wood, George D.,"Explanation and Mental Entities", 1981